negative. Why? We still believe the name "Skechers" draws a Pavlovian response from investors of "Shape-Ups". Lawsuits, FTC settlements for false advertising, operating losses, bloated inventories and embarrassingly bad ad campaigns all came from
Bruce Craig: Below is my letter to the chairwoman of the Federal Trade Commission on the subject of pyramid schemes. It is a criticism of ..... cited Koscot case actually discussed what I have asked the FTC to consider – a regulatory statement which can guide prospective
"Rouse him, and learn the principle of his activity or inactivity. Force him to reveal himself, so as to find out his vulnerable spots." ― Sun Tzu , The Art of War Pershing Square and Herbalife (NYSE: HLF ) are at war. Specifically, they are in a full scale PR war. Herbalife corporate is in full on
Reynolds American has acquired the third largest cigarette manufacturer in the market, which occurred last time with a unanimous FTC vote. Many similarities exist with the prior acquisition. It All Begins With Menthol It appears that Hutsell found something
pricing relationship is of particular interest to Dafny, who recently completed her tenure as the U.S. Federal Trade Commission ’s first Deputy Director for Healthcare and Antitrust . For over a decade she has led studies of consolidation and competition in U
in line with recent deals in mature tobacco markets. While the acquisition must still pass scrutiny by the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice, we believe it will meet antitrust requirements given the material asset disposals
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The FTC terminates its waiting period and the Canadian Competition Bureau issues a no-action letter regarding Sterigenics' proposed
2B. Synergy Research's numbers suggest Amazon's combined IaaS/PaaS share still dwarfs that of rivals. Separately, the FTC has officially announced it's suing Amazon for billing parents for in-app purchases accidentally made by their kids; the
WASHINGTON, July 10 (Reuters) - Amazon.com charged parents millions of dollars for in-app purchases that their children made without getting permission, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said in a...